A webinar Il giudice della protezione internazionale e il sapere antropologico: prove di un approccio interculturale nel giudizio?, organised by University of Trento, will take place on 27 February 2021, 9.30-12.30am (CET).
The webinar is part of Ciclo di dialoghi interdisciplinari sull’interculturalità.
Prof. Livia Holden will participate with the paper La Cultural Expertise in Europa: a cosa serve? (Cultural Expertise in Europe, what is it useful for?).
A virtual Talk / Discourse by Pierpaolo di Carlo and Luciana Breggia (in English and in French, respectively) on The Use of Cultural Expertise in a Florence-based Tribunal will take place on 22 March 2021, 4.30 pm (CET).
Pierpaolo Di Carlo, State University of New York
Cultural Expertise in Italy’s Specialised Sections on International Protection and Immigration. Gaps, Innovations, and Perspectives from the Experience at the Court of Florence
Luciana Breggia, Judge President, Florence Court
La expertise culturelle dans les sections spécialisées italiennes pour la protection internationale et l’immigration. Lacunes, innovations et perspectives tirées de l’expérience de la Cour de Florence
Please, have a look at the map included in EURO-EXPERT website to explore the use and the impact of Cultural Expertise in-court (select on the left below the map) and out-of-court (select on the right below the map).
A new map which displays the use and the impact of Cultural Expertise in-court in now available. It shows the Cultural Expertise usefulness country comparison and the country-by-country survey results – access, frequency, modalities, usefulness and impact (please click on each country to enlarge and select).
This comes after the map which displays the sites of Cultural Expertise out-of-court (detention, health, education), and the country-by-country impact (please click on each country) (see post).
Prof. John R. Campbell has reviewed the literature on Cultural Expertise looking at the contribution of cultural experts, lawyers and the courts in Western Europe and North America. The paper also examines how British barristers use ‘experts’ to litigate, and it analyses cases listed on Bailii – the British and Irish Legal Institute – Database to assess the contribution of Cultural Expertise and other types of expert evidence.
Based on the experiences and lessons learned, the participants discussed further how to best implement RRI in research and innovation practices.
The Workshop enabled participants to exchange their pilot actions experiences and results they have gained during their activities. The Workshop also was aimed to present, understand and generalise different results of individual Social Labs and identify actions and activities to promote RRI in Horizon 2020 and beyond.
The author outlines the transformations in material culture and political economy that have led to renewed negotiations on the institution of marriage in North India, especially in legal spaces. Tracing organically evolving notions of sexual consent and legal subjectivity, Courting Desire underlines how non-normative decisions regarding marriage become possible in a region otherwise known for high instances of honor killings and rigid kinship structures. Aspirations for consensual relationships have led to a tentative attempt to forge relationships that are non-normative but grudgingly approved after state intervention. The book traces this nascent and under-explored trend in the North Indian landscape.
At EURO-EXPERT we are identifying the Indicators of Impact of Cultural Expertise.
We are preparing an online assessment of 250 expert reports. We will invite lawyers, experts, judges and beneficiaries of Cultural Expertise to participate. We will circulate an invitation in due time.
In the meantime, everyone interested can watch this new video-clip for familiarising with the work done sofar. Such an amazing journey!